Our lives have never been so hectic, so dominated by technology, so commodified. We find ourselves with less and less time to invest in nourishment, of both our bodies and our minds. Nutrition, exercise, rest – these are often the first things to fall by the wayside.
The Calm Kitchen is more than just a recipe book. Following the four seasons, it is a beginner’s guide to reconnecting with nature through food, cookery and ingredient sourcing; from the soothing smell of lavender fields, to the simple magic of baking a loaf of bread on a frosty winter’s day. This book shows how mindful cooking can lead to better peace of mind, and better health and wellbeing. Featuring a blend of recipes, it is an informative and insightful guide to ingredients and how they can benefit physical and mental health, offering a focused, food oriented and innovative approach to self-care.
Lorna Salmon has worked in heritage and wildlife conservation for the National Trust and the RSPB. A keen cook, birdwatcher and dedicated mental health campaigner, she has spent some years exploring the ways in which cooking and nutrition can benefit wellbeing.
Author: Lorna Salmon
Dimensions: W12 x H18cm
No. of Pages: 128
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